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Old 05-22-2013, 8:31 AM
Eljay Eljay is offline
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Originally Posted by Shasta Frog View Post
No I did not clean it first. I just wanted to put some rounds through it but I did notice it was real gritty and felt like it got dirty quick. Probably was dirty to begin with.

Note to self: Clean gun first!
Always clean and lube a new gun first. Sometimes they're coated in more of a preservative, not lubricating oil, so they don't really run 100%. Also sometimes you'll get little bits of metal left over from the machining process and it's better to get all that crud out. It doesn't take long to clean a theoretically clean gun - at the minimum field strip it, wipe everything down, be surprised that there's gunk on the towel, relube.
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